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The RJ Moeller Show: Joshua Riddle and Gabriella Hoffman

Despite the fact that the presidential election isn’t for more than five months, it seems that politics is what’s on everyone’s minds these days. So on this week’s episode of “The RJ Moeller Show,” The Gang—RJ, Brandon and Joe—inspects, dissects and analyzes the current political landscape for you. We start off with a discussion about the seemingly impenetrable world that many elected officials—your John Conyers or Maxine Waters or Nancy Pelosis—have operated in for decades. Is the “career politician” model really the best one for the country? And what impact might the Tea Party movement, with its unapologetic confrontation of those politicians who don’t live up to campaign promises, unintentionally have on other segments of the population? From there we shift gears in the second segment to welcome in college seniors Joshua Riddle (Dartmouth) and Gabriella Hoffman (UC-San Diego) to talk about life as conservatives on their college campuses. Joshua is the co-founder of The Young Conservatives website and organization, has played four years of Division I basketball, and is slated to take a job working for the radio talk show host Laura Ingraham this summer. Joshua Riddle Gabriella is a social media all-star who works as an editor/contributor at the The College Conservative website and is set to begin an internship with Brent Bozell’s Media Research Center in Washington, D.C., after graduation. Gabriella Hoffman These are two of the sharpest young conservatives around, and we encourage you to follow them both on Twitter. Josh is at @YoungCons, and Gabriella is at @Gabby_Hoffman. To close things out, The Gang returns to cover a few current headlines from the past week: Stream the show live on the application below, or find us on iTunes where you can subscribe for free!